Passionate about Your Teaching? Check out these Opportunities!
Do you have an idea for a “starter” classroom-based teaching and learning project? Apply for a SOTL Scholars Pilot Project. Selected scholars will collect data in spring 2014 and present results at the SOTL Scholars Luncheon next fall. Scholars receive $1,000 stipends. A program description and an online application are available here.
Whether you are a new instructor at UW Oshkosh or a seasoned member of our teaching community, the SOTL Mentor Program is a great opportunity to build supportive relationships with colleagues, engage in rich conversation about your classrooms, and pursue SOTL projects that arise from your discussions. Apply to be a mentor if you are an experienced SOTL scholar. Apply to be a mentee if you are new to UW Oshkosh or to SOTL. Participants receive $500 stipends. Click here for more information and apply today.
Join us for conversation over lunch with two of our scholars who have completed Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SOTL) investigations in UW Oshkosh classrooms over the past academic year. Jodi Eichler-Levine (Religious Studies & Anthropology) and Susan Rensing (History/Women's Studies) will display their project posters, give brief presentations, and be available for casual discussion. For more information and to register please click here.
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